Google+ has some great mobile web app polish to make it behave like a native app. For example: if you’re viewing a friend’s profile, then tap on their name in a post, the page doesn’t needlessly refresh or lose your place at all. Same goes for when you tap an app in Google’s new app tab along the top of its mobile pages. Nothing happens, because you’re already there.

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